|Leo Frank and the American Jewish Community - Leonard Dinnerstein|
'Leo Frank and the American Jewish Community', for the American Jewish Archive Journal, 1968, Volume 20, number 2, by Leonard Dinnerstein author of 'The Leo Frank Case' editions 1968 through 2008. Leonard Dinnerstein's Hatecrime Hoax Can Be Found on Page 110: Beyond the main testimony, the jurors had little more on which to base their decision than hearsay, rumors, and unsubstantiated accusations. Yet most members of the public were thoroughly convinced of the defendant's guilt and made their vo...
Keywords: Leo Frank; Mary Phagan; Atlanta; anti-Semitism; ADL; B'nai B'rith; Jew; Jewish; Judaism; anti-Jewish; Leonard Dinnerstein; hatecrime hoax; 1968
|The Leo Frank Case PhD Thesis Dissertation by Leonard Dinnerstein - Leonard Dinnerstein|
Leonard Dinnerstein (born May 5, 1934) completed his PhD Dissertation about the Leo Frank Case in 1966 for the Political Science Department of Columbia University. The central claim of his thesis is that vast conspiracies of anti-Semitism were responsible for an innocent, Northern Jew, 29-year-old, Leo Max Frank, getting convicted on August 25, 1913, for the murder of 13-year-old Mary Ann Phagan. Without regard to the credibility or reliability of his sources that he cites, Leonard Dinnerstein m...
Keywords: Leonard Dinnerstein; Leo Frank Case; Leo Frank; Leo Max Frank; ADL; Steve Oney; Pierre van Paassen; Atlanta; Georgia; 1913; 1914; 1915; Mary Phagan; Hugh Dorsey; Tom Watson; KKK; Anti-Defamation League; B'nai B'rith
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|The Leo Frank Case by Leonard Dinnerstein - Leonard Dinnerstein|
The book 'Leo Frank Case', was an outgrowth of a PhD thesis paper, written by Leonard Dinnerstein (Born May 5, 1934), who completed his dissertation on the subject of the Leo Frank Case in 1966 at Columbia University for the Political Science Department. The book 'Leo Frank Case' has slowly evolved over the last 50 years with the release of revised editions. It was published first with the Columbia University Press, 1968; a paperback edition was later released through University of Georgia Press...
Keywords: Leo Frank; Mary Phagan; Leonard Dinnerstein; Leo Frank Case; Leo Frank Trial; Tom Watson; Hugh Dorsey; Luther Rosser; Reuben Arnold; Atlanta; Georgia; 1913; 1914; 1915; ADL; Anti-Defamation League; B'nai B'rith; Jewish; Judaism; Anti-Semitism; Antisemitism; Anti-Jewish
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